Oct 17, 2022
The Bank of England has made a U-turn on quantitative easing and they are back to tightening. In fact, this early pivot is scaring investors as they know that the bond market is still far from being stabilized. However, the fundamentals of the British economy are still fragile and further rate hikes, that are coming, could trigger another collapse in the markets. Here’s what you must know!
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